Durango Transit has a new bus on the road, thanks to a grant from the Federal Transportation Administration to help replace aging vehicles on the fleet. And come join the fun in downtown Durango with safe, family-friendly trick or treating, and trunk or treating activities, hosted by participating merchants in downtown Durango and The Hive. You’re watching the “Local News Roundup,” brought to you by Man Cave Barber and Craiger’s Ace Hardware. I’m Wendy Graham Settle. Durango Transit has a new Main Street trolley, thanks to a grant from the Federal Transportation Administration. City of Durango received an FTA 5339 grant with an award of $165,000, which will enable the city to replace some of its aging fleet of vehicles. The Colorado Department of Transportation also awarded Durango Transit with a 2022 Multimodal Transportation and Mitigation Options Fund grant of $80,000, which will fund the development of a zero emission vehicle transition plan for the transit fleet. Plans are expected to be completed in early 2023. For more information about Durango Transit, visit durangotransit.com. Gather up your costumes, and come join the Halloween fun in downtown Durango on Monday, October 31st. Downtown Children’s Halloween is a fun, safe way to spend Halloween for families with children under the age of 10. Participating downtown merchants will host trick or treating for children in their best Halloween costumes, accompanying by an adult from 4 to 6:00 PM. Make sure to stop by the TDK Bank parking lot for Trunk or Treat, hosted by The Hive, for carnival activities and games for all ages from 4 to 7:00 PM. Trunk or Treat is open to all ages. Some games will range in cost from 1 to $5 to participate as a fundraiser for The Hive. For more information and to see a list of participating merchants, visit downtowndurango.org/childrens-halloween. That’s it for this week’s “Local News Roundup,” I’m Wendy Graham Settle.